Using the information accumulated throughout your journey through this training program, our awareness building practice invites you to practice how you may explain some of this information to youth.
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You are asked to talk to a class of youth aged 12-13 years old. How do you explain the stages of exploitation? Consider words, images, activities that could engage youth on this topic.
*** Keep in mind when having conversations about challenges and violence that there may always be people impacted by these challenges and/or violence in the room. This means we must speak with care, ask others to speak with care, and do our best not to name experiences for youth or our audience. For example, if someone does not call their experience exploitation, insisting it is exploitation can be isolating, hurtful, and disorienting. ***
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Does the way you explain the stages of exploitation change if the class has youth aged 16-17? How?Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.